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  1. Barbara Minty

    Barbara Minty


    Barbara Minty, also known as Barbara Minty McQueen, is a former fashion model who was the third wife and, after his death, the widow of American film star Steve McQueen. Barbara was born in Seattle, Washington, and spent several years growing up in Corvallis, Oregon, graduating from Corvallis High School in 1971.

  2. Shari Shattuck

    Shari Shattuck


    Shari Shattuck (born November 18, 1960) is an American actress and author.

  3. Sam Esmail

    Sam Esmail


    Sam Esmail (born September 17, 1977) is an American writer, director, and producer.

  4. Robert Graysmith

    Robert Graysmith


    Robert Graysmith (born September 17, 1942, as Robert Gray Smith) is an American true crime author and former cartoonist. He is best known for his works on the Zodiac Killer case.

  5. Donna Hogan

    Donna Hogan


    Donna Faye Hogan (born May 11, 1971) is an American author best known as Anna Nicole Smith's younger half-sister. Hogan was born and raised in Houston, Texas.

  6. Campion Murphy

    Campion Murphy


    Campion E. Murphy (born November 12, 1962, Torrance, California) is a writer/director.

  7. Ruthanna Hopper

    Ruthanna Hopper


    Ruthanna Khalighi Hopper (born December 5, 1972) is an American author. Additionally, she has previously had film acting roles, as well as guest appearances on television shows. In 2005, she produced and starred in the independent film Americano.

  8. Pam Pinnock

    Pam Pinnock


    Pam Pinnock (born December 27, 1973, Los Angeles, California, United States) an American author and publicist. She is an African American. Her interest in publicity comes from working with actor and comedian Eddie Murphy when she was only fifteen years old. A former journalist turned author upon scribing the memoir The Father Fracture published on October 12, 2007. The memoir describes her abusive relationship with her lover undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. Her 2007 autobiography spanned the first twenty-five years of her life, beginning with her abusive upbringing. The Father Fracture was published by independent publishing house Healeth Publisher. Pinnock has been featured in many magazines and newspapers including Rolling Out Magazine, All Hip, ET Online Entertainment. She has worked with Jay-Z, singer John Legend, Ludacris, actor Bokeem Woodbine, Gary Dourdan and rapper DMX (rapper), Gucci Mane, Jagged Edge, BET Hip Hop Awards. Pinnock has completed her second novel slated for a 2013 release. Pinnock owns a PR firm, The Pinnock Agency, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.

  9. Aileen Mehle

    Aileen Mehle


    Aileen Mehle (born April 21, 1921, known by pen name Suzy Knickerbocker) is an American columnist, most active in the 1960s. She is perhaps best known as an occasional panelist on the game show What's My Line?. In an amusing segment on What's My Line? her son Roger, a Navy Lieutenant, appeared as a mystery guest, in the December 25, 1966 episode.

  10. Joe Esposito

    Joe Esposito


    Joe Esposito (born January 22, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois) is a veteran author and publisher, who along with his long-time business partner Daniel Lombardy, have several best selling books to their credit.

  11. Judy Toll

    Judy Toll


    Judy Toll (January 14, 1958 – May 2, 2002) was an American comedian, writer, and actress.

  12. Edie Kerouac Parker

    Edie Kerouac Parker


    Edie Kerouac-Parker (1922–1993) was the first wife of Jack Kerouac, and the author of the memoir You'll Be Okay, about her life with Kerouac and the early days of the Beat Generation. While a student at Barnard College, she and Joan Vollmer shared an apartment on 118th Street in New York City, frequented by many Beats, among them Vollmer's eventual husband William S. Burroughs.

  13. Norris Church Mailer

    Norris Church Mailer


    Norris Church Mailer (born Barbara Jean Davis; January 31, 1949 in Atkins, Arkansas – November 21, 2010 in Brooklyn Heights, New York City, New York) was the widow of American novelist, Norman Mailer, and author of the memoir, A Ticket to the Circus, and of several novels.

  14. Wil Mara

    Wil Mara


    William P. "Wil" Mara (born November 20 or 30, 1966) is an American author of more than eighty books covering a variety of topics and genres for people of all ages. He has produced works of both fiction and nonfiction, including numerous biographies for young readers, plus several novels for adults.

  15. Shiloh Walker

    Shiloh Walker


    Shiloh Walker is an American author of contemporary and erotic romance novels and novellas.

  16. Michael Davis

    Michael Davis


    Michael Davis (born August 1, 1961) is an American film director and screenwriter born in Rockville, Maryland.

  17. Joshua Bryant

    Joshua Bryant


    Joshua Bryant (born July 2, 1940) is an American actor and author and the founder, in 1995, of the Taos Talking Pictures Film Festival and Media Forum in Taos, New Mexico.

  18. Lorenzo Carcaterra

    Lorenzo Carcaterra


    Lorenzo Carcaterra (born October 16, 1954, in Hell's Kitchen, New York) is an American writer. Hell's Kitchen is the setting for his most famous book, Sleepers, which was adapted as a 1996 film of the same name. In April 2009, he joined True/Slant as a blogger.

  19. Shell Danielson

    Shell Danielson


    Shell Danielson (born September 25, 1962 in Upland, California, USA) is an American actress and writer most notably recognized for her role as the third Laken Lockridge on NBC's soap opera Santa Barbara. She played the role from 1990 to 1991, and for her work on children's action/adventure series Power Rangers. She then joined the cast of ABC's soap General Hospital as the second Dominique Stanton and played the role until 1993. She also had a short recurring role as Bunny Hutchinson on The Young and the Restless in 2001.

  20. Terry Ryan

    Terry Ryan


    Terry "Tuff" Ryan (July 14, 1946 – May 16, 2007) was an American writer, originally from Defiance, Ohio, who resided in San Francisco for most of her adult life. She was best known for her memoir The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio, published in 2001, and released as a film, with the same title, in 2005.

  21. Matt Vogel

    Matt Vogel


    Matthew J. "Matt" Vogel II (born October 6, 1970) has been a Muppet performer for the Jim Henson Company since the 1990s. On Sesame Street, Vogel served as the assistant puppeteer for Ernie, performing either one or both hands while Steve Whitmire performed the head and vocal. Eventually, Vogel's ability to mimic the sound and performance of Caroll Spinney's Big Bird was put to use. As of 2006, Vogel's primary performances as Big Bird are the "Journey to Ernie" segments. Vogel has also, occasionally, operated the Big Bird puppet to a vocal track by Spinney in scenes where Big Bird is in the same scene as Oscar the Grouch, letting Spinney perform Oscar.

  22. Ivana Chubbuck

    Ivana Chubbuck


    Ivana Chubbuck is an acting coach and author and is the founder and director of the Ivana Chubbuck Studio. Her students included Brad Pitt, Halle Berry, Terrence Howard, Elizabeth Shue, Catherine Keener, Djimon Honsou, America Ferrera, Eva Mendes, Kate Bosworth, Ian Somerhalder and April Bowlby

  23. William Murray

    William Murray


    William Murray (April 8, 1926, New York City – March 9, 2005, NYC) was an American fiction editor and staff writer at The New Yorker for more than thirty years. He wrote a series of mystery novels set in the world of horse racing, many featuring Shifty Lou Anderson, a professional magician and horseplayer. Among his many contributions to The New Yorker was the magazine's "Letters from Italy" of which he was the sole author. The majority of his later years were spent living in Del Mar, California, "exactly 3.2 miles from the finish line" of Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Murray died in March 2005 at age 78. Just prior to his death, Murray had completed a book about Chicago’s Lyric Opera Center for American Artists.

  24. Edward Stratemeyer

    Edward Stratemeyer


    Edward L. Stratemeyer (October 4, 1862 – May 10, 1930) was an American publisher and writer of children's fiction.

  25. Emma Goldrick

    Emma Goldrick


    Emma Goldrick was the pseudonym used by the married writing team formed by Emma Elizabeth Jean Sutcliffe (born February 7, 1923 in Puerto Rico - died November 20, 2008) and Robert N. Goldrick (born March 22, 1919 in Massachusetts, USA - died January 22, 1996). Under this name they wrote 41 romance novels published by Mills & Boon between 1983 and 1996. After Robert's death, Emma wrote her last book, "The Ninety-Day Wife", in his memory.

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